The geography of beloved books
The place we are born and raised not only defines us but shapes our literary loyalties and tastes too.
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Louise Jury is a freelance writer and communications consultant. She was chief arts correspondent of the London Evening Standard and arts and media correspondent of The Independent and Independent on Sunday before leading communications for the Creative Industries Federation, an advocacy body for the arts and creative industries, in its early years. A graduate in English language and literature from Trinity College, Oxford, she sits on the board for the Women’s Prize for Fiction (photo by Rankin).